Construction to Begin on Singapore’s Largest Floating Solar Farm by 2025


The Government of Singapore has announced plans to begin construction of its largest floating solar farm at Kranji Reservoir in 2025.

The floating photovoltaic system will be operational by 2027 or 2028, producing 141 MWp of clean energy, or 112.5 MWp when converted to AC.  This project will contribute 7.1 per cent to Singapore’s goal of generating 2 GWp of solar power by 2030, enough to supply electricity to around 350,000 households annually. As of the first quarter of 2024, Singapore’s solar capacity stands at approximately 1.2 GWp. The Economic Development Board initiated the concept of the solar farm in 2018, aiming for a 100 MWp floating solar panel system for private-sector use.

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